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Should we give different definitions to contemporary art produced by humans and by machines? Is the stress on contemporary important for you?
Is art necessarily connected with the notion of creativity? If yes, please provide a definition of creativity. If not, then what is the “engine” of art (e. g.  you consider art as a spiritual practice or a natural part of life and industrial production as Soviet productivists did etc.)?
Do you see any medium limitations in machine-produced art? In perceiving machine produced art?
How do you see machine artists’ ethic code if both - humans and machines - could contribute to it? Do you imagine machine artists’ impact on human artists’ in a way like an authorship vs cc, high res vs circulationism etc.)?
Whether we can use your answers publicly or for internal use only?
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